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Examine living organisms that are important to our ecosystem using this Microslide® lesson set. Set includes 15 Microslides®, each showing 8 different 35-mm microscopic images, 15 explanatory manuals about the topic, a reproducible student worksheet set, and a storage box.
This Microslide® lesson set consists of 15 Microslides®, each showing images of organisms that play vital roles in our ecosystem; 15 explanatory manuals containing factual information to stimulate, inform, and question the student about the topic, plus a handy pocket in which to store the Microslide®; a reproducible student worksheet set; and a sturdy, labeled storage box. A Microslide® is a strip of 8 related 35-mm images as photographed through a microscope, with important features highlighted. This Microslide® includes photomicrographs of algae (diatoms and Pediastrum), protozoa (Blepharisma and Suctorian), starfish embryos, arthropods (Cyclops), nematodes, a virus on E. coli, fungi, and bacteria. Microslide® Viewers (item #489700) are sold separately.
|Reproducible Student Worksheet Set||1||Included|
|Microslide® Viewers||15||Needed, Not Included|
For over 70 years our mission has been to provide educators with top-quality microscope slides for botany, zoology, histology, embryology, parasitology, genetics, and pathology. To fulfill that mission, we depend on our experienced, professional staff's commitment to finding new and innovative ways of meeting your classroom needs at an affordable cost. The result is an extensive collection of prepared slides for educators at all levels of instruction backed by our expert technical support.
We welcome the opportunity to prepare custom slides and sets to your specifications. For more information, please call 800.227.1150 and ask for the Microscope Slides Department.